David E. Butler
April 17, 1970 - June 17, 2017
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David Butler, 47, died at home June 17, 2017, following a battle with cancer. David is survived by his wife, Theresa Butler, and his daughters Meghan and Shelby. He is further survived by his father, Dave and wife, Marie, his brother Dan, wife Esther, nephew Matthew, and niece Jane. He was preceded in death by…

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Elliott Wolin left a message on June 21, 2017:
I worked closely with Dave at Jefferson Lab for a number of years, and have many fond recollections. Professionally, he took over a sophisticated project from a departing engineer and did a great job...he trained himself as he went along. Personally, I enjoyed many discussions with him about his life and hobbies. It was quite a shock to hear of his passing. His place in the world to come, the final reward of the righteous, is assured.
Thomas G. Campbell left a message on June 20, 2017:
Dear Dave, I was shocked and saddened to read about the death of your son. I am so sorry and it is so difficult to lose a child and outlive them. My family experienced the same during the death of my sister. Also, the end of life struggles sometimes 'mask' the memory of the good times that God blessed you with the life of your son. I pray that you will never forget the good times. Sincerely, Tom
Marc G left a message on June 19, 2017:
During this difficult time know that your family is in thought and prayer. Reflect and cherish the wonderful memories.
Laurie Dearing left a message on June 19, 2017:
The Dearing family is so saddened by your loss. Although we only know Shelby, we know the pain of losing a loved one. Our prayers are for comfort and peace for all of your family.
Rhonda Adams Guilliams left a message on June 19, 2017:
I was very saddened to read of David's passing. I grew up with Dan and David at St. Luke's and I remember them and their parents well. My thoughts and prayers are with you all now as you go through this difficult time. Remember all the good times and the great memories as they will carry you through the darkest times. May God Bless You All.
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Kathy Everhart left a message on June 19, 2017:
Much love to all of you. We will never forget David's bright sense of humor. He could make anyone laugh. Hold tight to all the memories as you grieve the loss of such a sweet, funny, caring guy. Joel and Kathy Everhart
Aunt Debbie and Uncle Harold Knouse left a message on June 19, 2017:
Our hearts have no words, but so many emotions for you Theresa, Meagan, and Shelby. Hold onto your memories. Keep loving each other. Remember that we and others love you so much, and we want to be there for you now and later. XxxOoo
Rhonda Crosby left a message on June 18, 2017:
We are both sorry to hear this loss. May your family have comfort in sharing all of the wonderful moments and memories made with such a very special person. Love, Daniel & Rhonda Crosby THS Class of 89 & 90
Pat Ritchie left a message on June 18, 2017:
My deepest sympathies to the entire Bulter family. You're such wonderful people and Dave was an awesome friend and a great man all around. He made this world a better place.
Joann Wallace George left a message on June 18, 2017:
Deepest sympathy to your family, especially David, who was my classmate at HHS in 1954. We don't expect to lose a child ahead of ourselves and I know you are grieving. Thankfully we will all meet in Heaven.
keith bird left a message on June 18, 2017:
I am very sorry to hear of David's death. I is a fantastic man. I have always loved working with him and being around him.
Cremation Society of Virginia left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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